According to a recently released report from Mimecast, more than 90% of organizations have been hit with phishing attacks, and around one-fifth have suffered financial harm. They surveyed more than 800 IT decision makers, and 94% said their firms had seen phishing attacks in the last 12 months. And a more alarming number: 92% reported […]
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Recent years have seen commercial real estate owners getting a little more creative when it comes to finding additional monetization opportunities for their existing properties. Raising rents, charging for additional parking spots, and passing utility costs on to the tenant are examples of common ways to increase profit of a property. But continue reading to […]
The IMS team recently packed their bags and headed to Newport, Rhode Island, for the IMN Real Estate Opportunity and Private Fund Forum. IMS always relishes the chance to get out of the office and connect with other CRE professionals, and June 24–26 was spent connecting with some of the best and brightest in the […]
We are seeing it more and more nowadays: big companies relocating their corporate headquarters. Some are moving from cities to suburbs and others are moving to completely new parts of the country. The proverbial ripple effect caused by corporations uprooting their operations can have tremendous impacts on businesses, communities, and individuals alike. So what are […]
A baby boomer is widely regarded as someone born in the US between the years of 1946 and 1964. With 10,000 of these people turning 65 every day through 2030, the baby boomer demographic points to the age-qualified space as the largest emerging market for new housing. But until that market is met with the […]
Millennials are oftentimes chastised by older generations for their apathetic nature and the adverse impacts they may be having on the economy and society. Many of the negative stereotypes associated with the generation born between the years 1981 and 1996 are slowly being debunked, while some of the accusations are simply laughable (e.g. “Millennials are […]